November 2018 Archives

What is the purpose of an operational agreement?

When you start a business in Georgia, you have many documents you must create. These documents help you to ensure your business meets legal requirements and protects your business. Some documents also help protect you and ensure your rights are maintained. If you start a limited liability company, one of those documents is an operational agreement, which the Small Business Association explains is a written document outlining the function, form and purpose of your business.

Aspects that you should consider before making an offer on a home

You are excitingly anticipating buying a new home and you have recently found the perfect house in Georgia that you are interested in making an offer on. Because you are aware that you are not the only interested buyer, you are looking for ways to polish your offer to give yourself the best chance at winning over the seller. At The Roberts Law Firm, P.C., we have helped many people to effectively manage the process of buying a new home without compromising what they want. 

What are some red flags to look for when working with clients?

As an entrepreneur in Georgia, your clients are a large part of your success. However, some clients can be more trouble than they’re worth, especially if your involvement with them ends in litigation. That’s why Lifewire offers the following client red flags to look out for.

Should you have a partner in business?

If you are a business owner in Georgia, or if your business is in the initial planning stages, you may be wondering whether or not having a partner is a good idea. Partnerships can work beneficially and be advantageous in many ways, but they can also be disastrous. The best thing is to weigh the pros and cons and make a decision based on your specific situation and needs.

Understanding "cooling-off period" requirements

The success of your Gainesville business may depend largely on the contractual agreements that you enter into with your customers. What are you to do, then, when one such customer tries to cancel its contract with you citing a "cooling-off period." Many come to us here at The Roberts Law Firm, P.C. in such situations wondering if they are indeed required to honor customers' requests in such situations. The answer depends on the nature of your business. 

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